EnglishFrenchSpanish

Ad


OnWorks favicon

sup-sync - Online in the Cloud

Run sup-sync in OnWorks free hosting provider over Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator

This is the command sup-sync that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator

PROGRAM:

NAME


sup-sync - sychronize the Sup index with message sources

SYNOPSIS


sup-sync [options] source ...

DESCRIPTION


Synchronizes the Sup index with one or more message sources by adding messages, deleting
messages, or changing message state in the index as appropriate.

"Message state" means read/unread, archived/inbox, starred/unstarred, and all user-defined
labels on each message.

"Default source state" refers to any state that a source itself has keeps about a message.
Sup-sync uses this information when adding a new message to the index. The source state
is typically limited to read/unread, archived/inbox status and a single label based on the
source name. Messages using the default source state are placed in the inbox (i.e. not
archived) and unstarred.

If no sources are given, sync from all usual sources. Supported source URI schemes can be
seen by running "sup-add --help".

MESSAGE STATE OPTIONS


--asis If the message is already in the index, preserve its state. Otherwise, use default
source state (default)

--restore dumpfile
Restore message state from a dump file created with sup-dump. If a message is not
in this dumpfile, act as --asis

--discard
Discard any message state in the index and use the default source state.
Dangerous!

-x, - When using the default source state, mark messages as archived.

-r, --read
When using the default source state, mark messages as read.

--extra-labels STRING
When using the default source state, also apply these user-defined labels (a
comma-separated list) (default)

OTHER OPTIONS


-v, --verbose
Print message ids as they're processed.

-o, --optimize
As the final operation, optimize the index.

--all-sources
Scan over all sources.

-n, --dry-run
Don't actually modify the index. Probably only useful with --verbose.

--version
Show version information

-h, --help
Show help message

Use sup-sync online using onworks.net services


Ad